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The Very Very Best Of Crowded House

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The Very Very Best Of Crowded House by Crowded House

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The Very Very Best Of Crowded House

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Label: Capitol Records
This two-CD set celebrates Crowded House's 25th anniversary, spotlighting a career that started out strong in the U.S. before their edgier later albums lost them American support. Neil Finn is a one-man Lennon & McCartney, matching natural melodic gifts with endless harmonic invention and an under-recognized appetite for sonic experimentation. This set adds a number of rarities to go along with hits like "Don't Dream It's Over" "Locked Out," "It's Only Natural," "Chocolate Cake" and "Better Be Home Soon." Only complaint: Too little of their surprisingly fresh material from the 2000s is here.

About This Album

This two-CD set celebrates Crowded House's 25th anniversary, spotlighting a career that started out strong in the U.S. before their edgier later albums lost them American support. Neil Finn is a one-man Lennon & McCartney, matching natural melodic gifts with endless harmonic invention and an under-recognized appetite for sonic experimentation. This set adds a number of rarities to go along with hits like "Don't Dream It's Over" "Locked Out," "It's Only Natural," "Chocolate Cake" and "Better Be Home Soon." Only complaint: Too little of their surprisingly fresh material from the 2000s is here.

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About This Album

This two-CD set celebrates Crowded House's 25th anniversary, spotlighting a career that started out strong in the U.S. before their edgier later albums lost them American support. Neil Finn is a one-man Lennon & McCartney, matching natural melodic gifts with endless harmonic invention and an under-recognized appetite for sonic experimentation. This set adds a number of rarities to go along with hits like "Don't Dream It's Over" "Locked Out," "It's Only Natural," "Chocolate Cake" and "Better Be Home Soon." Only complaint: Too little of their surprisingly fresh material from the 2000s is here.